09-12-2010, 06:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Angel079
You can't think that way, just have a happy day with them every day and enjoy what you have....When the time has come, just be there with them IMO that was the ultimate 'proof' of my love I could offer Maxx is to hold him secured in my Arms that day at the Drs office as hard as it is, but I never left him alone and I didn't want to the last minutes neither.
I agree Angel. I hear so often that people "can't do it" so the dog suffers on and on. For me, I love them so much I put them before my grief. I bravely held them in my arms with tears streaking down my cheeks and whispered in their ears, how much I loved them, and how proud I was to have shared my life with them. Every time I think about it, I still cry but I wouldn't change that fact. I couldn't stand the thought of my darling dogs being alone or with a stranger in their final moments.
I hope that now as a few more days have passed you are finding it slightly easier and that you can breath better at least.